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She's been in a road accident but something's not quite right. Sci-fi YA and Adult short story - creative commons - this first apppeared in The Londonist in 2014
Short story: RTA |
Short story: RTA |
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This short story is one of the adventures of the Roboteers. You can read more of their adventures on this very website. When we first started out as the Roboteers, we were just interested in making robots, fixing them and mucking around with electronics.…
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One of the nice things about being an author who publishes free kids books under Creative Commons is that people can copy and share your work all over the place – often without you knowing. I understand that for some of you that might not seem like a good…
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My second novel Do Not Feed The Troll! won the Wishing Shelf Awards 2015.
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I'm running a giveaway (UK/EIRE) on goodreads for two signed copies of my novel Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth - fancy a free book? Jump in!
WIN a free children
WIN a free children
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  Fancy a free children’s book? Well look no further. To celebrate the two year anniversary of its publication and the great 4-star comments it got in the Wishing Shelf Awards, I am giving away two signed copies of my first children’s novel: Sugar the…
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WIN a free children
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When long term space flight started to become a necessity it was clear the aging of the crew would need dealing with. Cryogenics was still in its early stages...The solution, as is often the case, had come from a most unexpected source: cloning.
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Press release: Children's author's first novel proves a hit

An author's first children's book has received great reviews from the book's target audience. The feedback the book received included a parent who said “This is an excellent story to read to younger children just before bed. A fun, exciting adventure.”
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My first book got some great reviews via a really good independent book awards - if you are a self-publisher I would urge you to consider entering The Wishing Shelf awards (http://www.thewsa.co.uk) it's well worth worth it even if - like me - you don't win.
As you may know I entered my first novel: Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth into the Wishing Shelf Awards which are independent book awards. The title of this post is the “quote” I got from the reviewers: “A fun exciting adventure for 7-9…

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As you may know I entered my first novel: Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth into the Wishing Shelf Awards which are independent book awards. The title of this post is the “quote” I got from the reviewers: “A fun exciting adventure for 7-9…
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